Continuous Threat Exposure Management (CTEM)

Consolidate and analyze vulnerability data from different scanners and technology layers with Outpost24 CORE. Our unified threat exposure management platform provides actionable insight of your organization’s attack surface via quantitative risk scoring powered by threat intelligence data. CORE’s unique and transparent correlation of risk data, business impact analysis, and vulnerability prioritization empowers CISOs and security leaders to improve cyber resilience with clarity.

About Outpost24 CORE

Drill down and identify key risk indicators across your technology stack and business units. Outpost24 CORE provides unified insights of your infrastructure, applications, and cloud assets and their exposure for complete visibility. With quantitative risk scoring for vulnerability prioritization, you will get a quick view of prioritized action, mitigating the most likely threats while optimizing security resources.

Asset Inventory

Get the most complete view of your expanding technology stack by consolidating all IT assets and vulnerability information spread across various scanning tools. The CORE dashboard offers a unified view of your assets, attack surface, and threat context.

Business Risk Prioritization

Stay protected against the biggest threats with the most comprehensive threat data and align mitigation with business criticality . The CORE platform enables business impact analysis with business logic mapping.

Operational Efficiency

Maximize the efficiency of your security program with mitigation guidance to optimize your remediation workflows, systems, and processes. With Outpost24’s exposure management platform, you will know how quickly vulnerabilities and threats are remediated.


  • Real-time, 360 degree view of your risk grading across technology stacks and business units
  • Correlate technical vulnerability with business criticality to facilitate executive communication and optimize resource allocation
  • Cyber risk quantification and business logic mapping to prioritize mitigation efforts
  • KRI trends showing how business risks are being reduced over time
  • Productivity metrics to track how quickly vulnerabilities are remediated
  • Dynamic asset grouping and solution-based reporting for business units, platforms, cloud providers
  • Custom risk classifications for asset groups to identify where to focus the most efforts
  • Configurable alert notifications to monitor specific events and new risks

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is continuous threat exposure management (CTEM) in cybersecurity?

Gartner identifies CTEM as one of the top cybersecurity trends for 2023. Threat exposure management is the process of identifying and assessing security exposure, quantitively and qualitatively, for an organization. The assessment typically includes a business impact analysis to help prioritize the remediation efforts.

What is business impact analysis within exposure management?

Cyber risk is calculated using impact and likelihood. Impact is the business loss in case of a cyber security incident, and likelihood is the probability of a specific security incident happening. Security experts are proficient on gauging likelihood using threat intelligence data, and vulnerability management systems, among other security initiatives. However, evaluating the impact of an incident can vary greatly between organizations. Business impact analysis is the process of putting numbers or weights on the different risk scenarios.

What is the benefit of consolidating vulnerability and threat data in one platform?

Vulnerability and threat data collected through different assessments and scanners makes it hard to see the full picture of an organization’s attack surface. For non-technical decision makers, it is even more difficult to understand all the different security programs, vulnerabilities, and technical jargon. A consolidated view of threat exposure coupled with business impact provides clarity, and helps define security initiatives and budget.

What is the value of threat intelligence in exposure management?

On top of technical risk such as CVEs, it is important to understand the attack patterns, tools and techniques (TTPs) deployed for exploitation by threat actors. Businesses cannot determine the probability of an attack (likelihood) for a given vulnerability without threat intelligence data for the context.

Why should CISOs care about cyber risk and exposure management?

The role of the CISO is changing. Modern security leaders must report and communicate cyber risks in a language that business stakeholders can understand. By correlating threat exposure to business impact, and highlighting the progress of risk reduction efforts and achieve better cyber resilience, CISOs can justify their security investment and impact in clear business terms.

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